lose. they have got to prove that this was gross nelgs, that they should have anticipated a storm of this magnitude, and weren't properly prepared. >> also, breach of contract. you mentioned that as well. how did they do that? >> well, whenever you sign up with the utility company, it's a contract. they're contracting to give you power, and you are contracting to pay them. they're going to come in and say, you know, that the power companies breached the contract. i'm thinking about it myself. my law firm is closed down for almost two weeks as a result of power loss in lower manhattan. >> you're thinking of suing? >> well, i don't know. you know? >> come on. really? >> i'm going to watch these. lawyers don't usually sue on their own behalf. we just do it for other people. i'm watching it, because, frankly, if there is a recovery, there are a lot of businesses, including law firms, that were hurt by the storm. >> we saw the head of the long island power folks, the big resign, at least the very head there. is that good enough if you say, you know, if the company says, look, we're getting rid of all the people that failed you or do they still have a claim, a monetary claim.